BOSTON–Boston law firm Sherin and Lodgen LLP announced that six of its attorneys contributed to the first edition of the Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) on “Commercial Real Estate Practice in Massachusetts published this fall.
The manual is a comprehensive guide covering all aspects of Massachusetts real estate practice, including purchase contracts; due diligence; zoning and environmental matters; financing; rights of first refusal; specific issues encountered in hospitality-sector transactions and solar facilities; and essential drafting guidance for both beginners and seasoned practitioners.
Joshua M. Alper, partner in the firm’s Real Estate Department and co-chair of the Environmental Practice Group, served as editor, and partners Peter Friedenberg, Beth A. Goldstein, Ian T. Lane, Carla M. Moynihan, and Ronald W. Ruth served as authors.
Alper practices primarily in the areas of commercial real estate, environmental and zoning matters, and all aspects of land use development. He represents purchasers, sellers, landlords and tenants in negotiation of purchase and sale agreements, leases and environmental issues as part of acquisition or disposition of real estate. Alper brings his expertise to sophisticated real estate transactions and regularly advises developers of commercial projects in connection with the acquisition, by purchase or lease, and development of property. Friedenberg, Goldstein, Lane, Moynihan, and Ruth are all attorneys in the firm’s nationally recognized Real Estate Department.
MCLE aims to keep raising the caliber of lawyers’ professional and ethical service to their clients and communities by providing comprehensive and practical continuing legal education of the highest quality to the broadest possible audience.
Sherin and Lodgen is a mid-sized Boston law firm specializing in real estate, litigation, business law, and employment. With over 40 attorneys, the firm handles complex matters, while providing responsive, senior-level attention to every matter.